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Going to be in Myrtle Beach w/ my wife for our anniversary. Looking for a great restaurant to celebrate. I'm thinking about New York Prime, so that's the type of place I have in mind.
Any opinions on NY Prime or any other suggestions?
Thanks in advance
New York Prime is a top flight restaurant and a good choice for MB. Ruth's Chris is good as I am sure you know as well.
Buddy used to be the GM there and is now the GM at Chophouse in Gville. They used to have some great Stone Crab claws when in season at NY Prime. Obviously great steaks and a bang up wine list.
PLEASE...No chains on your anniversary! (or at least no chain restaurants, Ha) Head down to Pawleys Island and have a terrific meal at Franks or Franks Outback. The best!!!
I wouldn't go back to Franks if it was free. I've given them 3 tries and its been from poor to mediocre at best. It is my hygienist favorite restaurant though.
You can try Greg Normans at Barefoot. We are going to Prime for our anniversary on Saturday.
For steaks I think NY Prime is your best bet in MB, but it's a little light on ambiance for an anniversary. As long as that's OK, you're fine. If you wanted a more "romantic"/couples-type place, maybe try Collector's Cafe.
Ny prime is the best steakhouse by far.
Another great restaurant (seafood/steaks) with a more romantic atmosphere is Aspen Grill.
Figures...a chain guy wouldn't like Franks. I hear the Myrtle Beach Captain D's is a great little seafood place, too.
Just kidding Doc. Everyone has their favorite. My experiences at Franks have been nothing short of superb. Every time...and a LOT of times.
NY Prime or possibly Collector's Cafe. Not a lot of great "fine dining" options on the Grand Strand IMO. I don't think the term "farm-to-table" has made it's way to Horry County yet.
Collector's is overpriced, but it has a pretty cool atmosphere.
NY Prime and Greg Norman's are excellent choices. I would avoid Ruth Chris just because it is a chain (even though it is very good).
If you are spending more than one night in MB, I would recommend Sun City on your other night.
I know it's maybe not the best choice for romantic situations, but for just about anything else you can't beat Rioz... that right there is carnivore heaven.
I'll be yo huckleberry...
Take her to K&W Restuarant.... get her an extra bowl of gravy for her mashed potatoes, she will love it.
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Haha. We went there about 5 years ago when my wife was 2 months pregnant, and this was one of those sick every second kind of pregnancies. We paid 50 bucks or whatever for her to stare at the table and nibble on crackers, while I consumed absurd quantities of animal in front of her.
I think she would hurl at the sight of the place.
Thanks greatly for all the input guys. I think we'll go with NY Prime. We're not overly concerned w the atmosphere as we are with the quality of the steak.
What's the best steak there? The $59 center cut filet looks pretty good, although I'm usually a bone-in Ribeye kinda guy.
Angelo's has the best steaks in Myrtle Beach in my experience.
Head to Murrell's Inlet and try Bliss at the Inlet Sports Lodge. I haven't eaten there myself but I have been referred there by numerous folks who don't waste time at crappy restaurants.
Skip the appetizer and go straight to the main course. Ned's in Aynor is head and shoulders better than anything mentioned in this thread. Go with the Ned burger!
Me and the wife usually go to the NASCAR cafe when we're in Mrytle. Over the last few years Planet Hollywood has just become such a tourist trap we don't even enjoy it.
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I've been wanting to try Bliss but every time we go down its either Franks or Bistro. Divines and Bovines are decent as well.
Bone in Ribeye blackened medium rare. The cream spinach is a must. Have a cigar at the bar.
NY Prime or Normans for dinner. Hot Fish or Wahoos for music and drinks after.
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Sea Captain's House and Restaurant is on the ocean and has great seafood. The jambalaya is awesome. It's where a lot of the locals eat. GF had the swordfish and said it was amazing.
Greg Norman's is good stuff
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Sea Captains House. Best she crab soup ever.
Kinda long distance from each other..
Masters club..great scenary
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Sea Captains is more of a lunch kind of place (ate there on Sunday). Very casual and good food and not too expensive.
I think Aspen Grill is another good option I forgot to mention. My buddy's favorite restaurant.
My favorite restaurant anywhere at the beach is Bistro 217. Honestly amazing and I don't care how much it cost because its that good.
Nascar cafe closed years ago but I'm sure that was a joke anyway. Planet Hollywood was packed yesterday when we rode by but I've never eaten there so can't honestly say. We try to avoid the heart of Myrtle and Broadway area to eat.
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